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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Dalston and Kingsland Road Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830

    village to Kingsland Road and Kingsland green, where the parish boundary diverged from the road, 88 and north from the Shoreditch boundary across Dalston Lane to Downs Park Road . Dalston Lane , the only road from Kingsland to Hackney

    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland

    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland Newington Green and Kingsland Comprise the eastern extremity of the parish, jutting into Hackney , and include the south side of Ball's Pond Road from Kingsland to Southgate Road and the whole area north

    Religious Houses Hospitals

    88 Kingsland was one of the group of leper houses supervised by the two wardens appointed by the City. 89 In 1545 the 'guide' of Kingsland petitioned the City for rules for his house. 90 Four years later Kingsland ,

    Religious Houses Introduction RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    until 1623. 40 After this date only the Lock and Kingsland were maintained by St. Bartholomew's , 41 but the others continued independently for some time. The Lock and Kingsland finally closed in 1760 . 42 Little is known of

    Hackney De Beauvoir Town

    to resume work on Kingsland basin but apparently he started no new building before control of all development passed to de Beauvoir in 1834 . Subleases were still made by Rhodes , as of houses in Kingsland Road in 1824

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney. Stoke Newington.

    per annos 5. Posteaquam Joanni King Episcopo Londinen. a Libellis per annos 9. & unus Prælectorum in Collegio Gresham , Londini , per annos 28. Demúmq; Sacris Ordinibus susceptis, Vicarius de Tilling- Kingsland . Hospital at Kingsland . Regist. Lond.

    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of King Charles I.

    the Time of their coming thither, to their Departure thence. Another Care of the Committe was, that (the way from Kingsland to Shoreditch being impassable for their Majesties, in regard of the Depth and Foulness of it) a Way might

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Benefactors.

    Building, for cutting of the Stone. They have also an House in Kent Street in Southwark ; and another at Kingsland in the Parish of Hackney . Besides, there be many other Patients, on whom are bestowed the Charity of

    Book 4, Chapter 7 Liberties of the Dutchy. The Government of it.

    is reported, that the common Place of Execution of Malefactors at Tyburn , shall be appointed elsewhere, as somewhere near Kingsland ; for the removing any Inconveniences or Annoyances, that might thereby be occasioned to that Square, or the Houses

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Islington.

    in Newington and Crepulgate. ] ISELDON, vulgarly ISLINGTON. W Inding West from the Parish of Hackney , by Dorleston and Kingsland , Wards in the said Parish, is Iseldon , corruptly and commonly called Islington , placed pleasantly upon an

  • * British History Online *

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    WOODHOUSE, Mistress

    physic) Period of medical practice 1586-1612 Address of Hogginton 1596. of Kingsland 1602 Other notes Accused 1596 1602. ?=821? Known London address Hogginton Date 1596 Woolwich Date 1596 Kingsland Date 1602 Censorial hearings 3 July 1596 Entry Mrs W of


    medical physician (Practitioner of physic (director of Mrs Woodhouse, the woman of Kingsland)) Period of medical practice 1592-1612 Other notes 14 Sep 1602: asked re patient he had entrusted to Mrs WOODHOUSE 820. 3 May 1605: `a certain Scot called

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St John Hackney, Kingsland

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St John Hackney, Kingsland Middlesex, St John Hackney, Kingsland 16 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ - , - 1.20 6.00 0.00

    America and West Indies, May 1669, 01 May 1669-31 May 1669

    May 1669. 1 p. [ Col. Papers, Vol. XXIV., No. 56. ] [May 7. ] 62 . Reply of Nathaniel Kingsland to Lord Willoughby's answer to his petition [ see ante, No. 53 ] . That Sandford did stay at

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1741-44 (nos 993-1034)

    John Holford Sworn at Slaters Coffee House before Mr Norris & Mr Tyssen. Simon Compton (of Kingsland) was probably removed. William Long (also of Kingsland) appears as a ratepayer at 1014 , below. H.A.D., P/J/P/68. Aldwinckle had continued in office

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ho. 1 COABERGYBI. r r DAetIT.-Nos Lun, y 12fed cyfiso], traddodwyd C darlith yn Ebenzer, addoldy y Methodistiaid, yn I Kingsland, ger y dref uchod, gan y Parch. W. 0. , Williams, Liverpool (Penmaenmawrgynt), ar "Wydd oniaeth a Datguadiad." Llywydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. mai onnhydeddusach fyddai y rheol o'i thori nag o'i obadw. Yn ganlynol, etholwyd y Parch. T. W. Aveling, o Kingsland, yn Gadeirydd am 1876. Yn y cyfarfod dranoeth, traddododd y Parch. A. Thomson, ML.A., ei ddarlith ar Athrawiaeth, non Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    64, Newry Street . . . 214 Mr. Owen Hughes, 14, Market Street .. .. 185 Mr. H. R. Thomas, Kingsland .. .. .. 181 ! Mr. Robert Williams, Glan gors .. .. ,, 182 Mr. John Jones, Market Street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yus dawel er dalu 116g. ea 0 Ond i ddyfod at y cEyfarfod blyriyddol, yn absenoldeb Dr. E. A. Jones, Kingsland Roead, ceadeiriwyd gan Mr. li David Jones, Duncan Terrace, trjsorydd y Building 0 Fund. (Owneeth y Parch. Owen Evenn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'C A3ER1'Y1WIsXN * !: s , . J:;zr - . * ; . SGO ltAM4DEGO1,4PAsR Y LY (,- nhliTid sar41ioad bsiie h1i nyjo0'r yef l'obo dr ddaddtan X LUnr( Maithsl~j~a M(eteet~ Bbg :G Arholowd ' j yr .5sgo~btqiweiea roo Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 April 1724, 22 April 1724

    in the Caufe wherein Nicholas *erfu.s e tTT jy i 7 ¦ a ii i t^ ^ Coumels of Vilcount Kingsland is Appellant, and Frances CountefsTyrrconnells of Tyrconnell is Refpondent j and attefted, upon Oath,Pleadinss " That the fame were Subscribers-only content

    19 November 1746, 19 November 1746

    One o'Clock, at His Palace of Saint " James's." The Houfe was informed, " That Henry Lord Vif- " count Kingsland, Francis Lord Athurny, and Thomas " Wakeley Efquire, Refpondents to the Appeal of Wil- " Ham Plunket Gentleman, had Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1808, 7 March 1808

    begotten, the Dignities, Titles, and Honours of Vifcount Barne¬ wall of Kingsland, and Baron of Turvey, in the County of Dublin aforefaid. " That faid Nicholas, the Firft Vifcount Kingsland and Baron of Turvey, intermarried with Lady Bridget Fitz Gerald, Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1808, 7 March 1808

    Henry, his Third Son, fucceeded to his Title and Ho- " nours, and became the Second Vifcount Barnewall oi " Kingsland and Baron of Turvey. " That faid Henry, the Second Vifcount, firft inter- " married with Mary Daughter of Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1808, 6 April 1808

    Efquire, claiming the Titles, Digni- " cumbrancgs, as the feveral and refpective Meffuages, ties, and Honours of Vifcount Barnewall of Kingsland, " Lands, Tenements, old Enclofures, or other Heredi- and Baron of Turvey, in the County of Dublin in Ire- Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    William Langley, Theft, 14/09/1763

    Elizabeth Betts , who had the linnen to wash, deposed they were missing from her lines in her garden in Kingsland , that they were found again in about a quarter of an hour. (Produced in court, and deposed to.)

    Joseph Jervis, Theft, 07/12/1763

    property of the said Joseph, in his dwelling-house . * Joseph Hill. I am a carpenter , and live in Kingsland , betwixt the hours of two and three in the night, on the 14th of November, I heard a

    ISAAC HOLMES, WILLIAM GODSTONE, Violent Theft, 21/10/1772

    was going from London to Edmonton, to work with one Mr. Holland who lives there. A little on this side Kingsland , two men overtook me, who I believe are the prisoners; it was dark; I did not take notice

    ANNE ATHILL, Theft, 13/01/1779

    the property of the said John Allen , in his dwelling-house . JOHN ALLEN sworn. I have a house at Kingsland ; I had been ill in town two months before I was informed that my house was broke open,

    THOMAS FROST, Theft, 26/02/1783

    steal and carry away, against the form of the statute . JOHN LEWTHORP sworn. I have a nursery ground at Kingsland , seven acres in all: on the 12th of this month, my man told me there was the print


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